Apple unveiled a new XServe at the conference, its line of 1U rack-mountable servers. The new XServe — a quad Xeon, 64-bit server, featuring Mac OS X Server Tiger on two Dual-Core Intel Xeon processors running up to 3.0 GHz — completes the company’s transition to Intel-based machines across its entire product line.
Stories by Peter Cohen and Mathew Honan
Apple has announced the Mac Pro, a new professional desktop computer that replaces its line of Power Mac machines. The Mac Pro completes the company's transition to Intel chips across its line of desktop and laptop machines. The standard Mac Pro configuration is priced at US$2,499 (NZ$4,000), build to order options will be available as well.
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